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GHEODE Research Group-Universidad de Alcalá

Campus Universitario, Edificio Politécnico, Crta. NII
ZIP Code
Alcalá de Henares

Company Profile:
Gheode research group is the group of Modern Heuristic Optimization and Design of Communication Networks of Alcalá University. It belongs to the Signal Theory and Communications Department of the same university and its work has a wide range of applications in alternative energy, renewable energy as well as designing of communication networks.

Tools software for the strategic planning of networks of 2 nd and 3 rd generation and its extension to networks of 4 th generation LTE.

What we offer:
GHEODE research group from Alcalá University has developed in collaboration to a research group from Cantabria University, a set of software tools for the planning of mobile networks very useful to make a network design appropriate from the point of view of total costs, so much if the planning is used for the calculation of the interconnection costs, since for strategic studies of investment on new services.

The principal potencial of these tools lies in the use of very advanced algorithms of planning of mobile networks that allow to optimized the network from the point of view of the investment that has to be done by the operator.

The current commercial models are usually based on small programmes done in Excell that evidently dose not have the optimun potencial of these heuristic developed in languages of high-level-programming.

These tools provide the necessary information to the cost model LRIC Bottom Up defined by the European Commission.

Operators and governments of different countries already have used the tools that are described in this document.

What we are looking for:
The group looks for consulting companies to reach commercial agreements with technical assistance. These companies could be dedicated to the strategic planning of networks focused to economic studies and regulation of markets. In concrete from the sector of telecommunications.

The group is also interested in finding partners for R&D regional or national calls and european projects.


Mr José Antonio Portilla

Professor/Researcher from the Signal Theory and Commputing Department

Mr Sancho Salcedo

Professor/Researcher from the Signal Theory and Commputing Department
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